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'll take a look at the starbucks diet. >>> from scrubs to bronzers to anti-aging gels, stores share why more and more men are facing the skin care trend. >>> and a species that has mastered the art of peace. >>> first, a campus controversy over breast-feeding. a professor took her baby to class and breast fed in front of her students. the debate has now gone viral. >> i felt rather uncomfortable in that class. >> reporter: american university student malorie kensy dropped her class because of her prof s profess professor's actions on the first day. >> she started breast-feeding in the middle of the lecture. >> reporter: adrienne pine shown on the american university website brought her baby to class and breast fed without covering up in front of 40 students. >> honestly, i think it would have been less of a big deal if she had given more forewarning. i think everybody kind of bowed their head in shock and awe. >> reporter: after the incident, professor pine wrote an article saying the infant had a fever and canceling class did not seem like an option. >> i understand the struggles of a
's a big day here on "squawk on the street." starbucks ceo howard schultz on something new the business is going to try out. >>> and the latest pack of the ipos seven deals. that's the biggest price since the middle of july. we'll talk to ceo pete flint when "squawk on the street" continues. at optionsxpress we're all about options trading. we create easy to use, powerful trading tools for all. look at these streaming charts! they're totally customizable and they let you visualize what might happen next. that's genius! strategies, chains, positions. we put 'em all on one screen! could we make placing a trade any easier? mmmm...could we? open an account today and get a free 13-month e ibd™ subscription when you call 1-888-280-0149 now. optionsxpress by charles schwab. >>> bank of america and jpmorgan explain outages last night citing cyber attacks thchlts comes as traders prepare to testify this morning on capitol hill leaving investors at a disadvantage. what scares you the most about the rise of the machines? tweet us and we'll air your responses throughout the morning. clearly, high
by eating all of her meals at starbucks. no coffee, folks. does this starbucks diet really work? >>> it's a story that's too hard to believe. to believe. a dog i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. mitt romney's position on women's health...it's dangerous. vo:mitt romneyt rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our choices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think that women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades. >>> welcome back at 4:30, everyone. i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. >> the foreign service community in washington and all over the world coping with shock and grief in the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. u.s. am bad dor chris stephens was killed along with three other members. the president vowed to bring the attackers to justice and ordered heightened security at other diplomatic posts around the world. >>> apple put the r
in turn is there from jawbone. a b is there from match bridge. david chiu from starbucks is here. kim winston, also from starbucks, is back there. david gobot from backtowork.us is there. betsy from youthworks is here. she is with - not giovanni. yes, with giovanni. andrew is here as well. that was pretty good. i did not see john. john did not make it. deputy alvarez from goodwill industries is here. knesha is to her left. as is monisha and chris, two more interns. this is someone from the department of youth and families. rhonda simmons, our director of work-force development, is also here with us. i did see a trend more -- see trent moore, phil ginsperbg, the direct picture of reparations and parks -- the director of rec and park. i do not see tony whitaker. jason eliot is in the back, from the mayor's office. the education and family services member is here. naomi kelly, our city administrator, is also with us. who did i miss? i know i missed somebody. >> donald leavitt. >> thank you so much. we also have someone from the department of youth and families. we have the director of ne
food and groceries to their shelves. starbucks is brewing up new business with an at-home coffee machine. the single-cup coffee machine, called the verismo, is capitalizing on the single-cup coffee trend, which grew by 143% in the u.s. in 2011. the product is said to make lattes and espressos just like starbucks'. starbucks now rivals green mountain, which is the maker of keurig's single-cup coffee machines. still to come, bond market volatility - where did it go?! we'll talk with a trader about qe3. is it doing its job in pushing investors into higher- returning assets? but first, not effective in selling yourself? people don't get what makes you great? you need a better elevator pitch. we'll give you the how-to-do-it, after this. o' the killer elevator speech. you know the one: it gets you the job, wins you the interview, bowls 'em over. it has to have the right message and be delivered in the right way. "small message, big impact" is actually the name of the book by big-league communications expert terri sjodin. and it's not just the elevator speech. this is something we need
? the alexandri aurks woman lost 85 pounds by ealing three meals a day at starbucks. >> every coffee shop has its regulars. but 66-year-old christine hall calls this alexandria starbucks her second home. >> my favorite is this one. >> reporter: that would be because hall eats of her meals there. all of them. it's helped her to lose 85 pounds in two years. >> losing weight hard. but i realize i can do it. . >> reporter: hall says she lost all of that weight by counting calories and starbucks puts nutrition information on their packaged foods. >> a lot of people look at the top shelf and think oh, it's nothing. but look down on the second shelf, there are really healthy choices. >> so she start her day with oatmeal and black coffee. lunch and dinner, a panini or a bistro box, depending on which kind. >> i get a ham and cheese panini and that's 340. if i go for a bike ride, i can come back and have a browny. >> we know about diets is they don't work in the long term. >> reporter: if hall isn't careful, she could suffer from mental nutrition. >> when you follow something that limits you to one parti
at the starbucks by it. -- starbucks diet. >> every coffee shop has its regular, but this woman calls starbucks her second home. she eats all for meals here, all of them, and says that it has helped her to lose 85 pounds in two years. >> i realize i could do it, i found a system that worked. >> she says she lost all that weight by counting calories. the labels made it easy for her to keep track of how much she was eating. >> you look down, and there are a really healthy choices. >> she starts her day with oatmeal and black coffee. at lunch and dinner is a panini or bistro box. >> protein every now and then, ham and cheese, and if i go for a bike ride, i can go for more. >> is a registered dietitian says that she may have trouble maintaining her diet. >> diets don't work in the long term. >> if she is not careful, she could suffer from malnutrition. >> if you are limited to one at parker restaurant, it is very difficult to meet your nutrition needs. >> she says she is feeling better than ever. >> nothing hurts anymore. no medical issues whatsoever. i feel like a kid again. >> i will take vietnam and
will soon roll out technology to tell a starbuck s barista you've arrived at the store. this is an app called bump. bump your phones together and you can transfer contact information, incredibly intuitive. the same company also makes photo sharing app flock. friends who take pictures together, share those pictures with each other automatically. dave is ceo and a graduate of princeton stanford. he left to create bump, an app that is downloaded faster than once every second. joined by john schwartz and rich of bloomberg. it strikes me. i think it strikes everyone. we went from the motorola to the iphone intuitive. i think we've sort of entered this post-intuitive world where i'm not even telling my iphone or what have you that i'm at the airport. it knows. it's got it taken care of. >> truly like a real smartphone. >> smarter than me, in many ways. >> absolutely. if you even go back a step, we started with computers with punch cards, punch holes in a piece of paper, put it in a computer, it would do something. then the keyboard, then the mouse where you could, like, move your hand and it
announcer ] 100% whole grain woven for an untoppable taste. [ crunch ] is now in our new starbucks refreshers™ -- a breakthrough in natural energy. made with real fruit, starbucks refreshers™ are delicious low calorie drinks you can feel good about. ♪ rethink how you re-energize. ♪ get a boost of natural energy with a new starbucks refreshers™, in three ways. natural energy from green coffee extract, only from starbucks. throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has more of 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. eastwood that went so badly wrong for the republican party and the mitt romney campaign last night. it's the timing. the campaign, the party obviously, they want maximum political impact from their nominating convention. to get maximum political impact, they need maximum exposure. they need a ton of people watching, right? i mean, the conventions don't really do any work anymore. they're just three-day long infomercial parties for the party and the candidate. and when th
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down yet. he hasn't let us down at all. starbucks, here is another best of breed player who stumbled. while its problems are bigger than mcdonald's because of a heavy reliance on europe, i'm confident that when the ceo howard schultz tells you and me he is going to turn the darn thing around, who are we to question him? started the company, got it rolling, and then when he stepped aside, the business fell off a cliff. then he returned. because of the stumble starbucks has retreated to $50. it isn't going to turn on a dime. given that starbucks is best of breed, i think you ought to bet with them, not against this incredible manager. here is the bottom line. best of breed stocks like mcdonald's, starbucks, coach, federal express or celgene can go down, they go to the canvas, but they jump back. that's why allergan and starbucks are terrific here. best of breed stocks, well, yeah, they can sometimes miss a step on the runway, but they never go out of style. peter in new jersey. peter? >> caller: jim, how it is going? i live in new jersey and i'm talking from high in the sky, 45 rock. h
! >>> to believe in howard schultz or not to believe in it. schultz the ceo of starbucks introduces it's new espresso machine. a latte espresso machine. the company not just the stock. which we know has been a bit of a disappointment, up 10% for the year, not too shabby, but down 12 points from its old high. first the coffee maker entry, while it's important, there's no coffee more than green mountain coming. the single serve brewer and starbucks partner. second, starbucks is seeing a turn in europe. there is a glimpse of optimism. third while on the quiet period, you can't talk about how the quarter's going. how about the slowdown sales that came to this country. now i know there's plenty of skeptics about green mountain and starbucks. my colleague here, herb, makes great points. to me it looks like we have a frenemy situation. that will morph into an enemy situation when and how green mountain chooses to. i do not want it own green mountain, but i do want to own starbucks. and not just because of the skinny white chocolate latte i had this morning. lots of instant cat calls of my positive
at starbucks every day has been good for her. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus a new chris brown controversy. did he really get a tattoo showing former girlfriend rihanna's beaten face? >>> coming up, the orioles pull even, usa soccer gets a lift from hercules, and bieber fever hits a minor league hockey team. you're watching "early today." >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by advil. make the switch to advil now. >>> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm mara schiavocampo, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. >>> there's no end in site yet for the chicago teachers strike which begins day three today. union negotiators say they did not make much progress in talks yesterday. >>> whistle-blower bradley birkenfeld has been awarded $104 million by the internal revenue service, the largest individual federal payout in u.s. history. he turned on the swiss bank ubs for helping thousands of americans evade taxes, and since then the u.s. has collected billions of dollars. >>> next month the interior of the statue of li
priceline. taking advantage of hotel loyalty programs was also mentioned. starbucks' single-serve coffee machine is a hit. the company sold out of some models of its "verismo" single-serve coffeemakers, which hit the market just last week. it was a surprise for starbucks, as the machines topped sales expectations. the machines go for $199 a pop. trouble is brewing in the beer industry. beer sales dropped 1.3% in 2011. domestic light and regular brews are losing some froth as consumers are saying bottoms up more often to craft and specialty varieties, which rose 11%. "the high-end consumers are doing really well, and as a result, a lot of the higher-end premium and super-premium beers are doing well, while the mainstream consumer is still struggling. i think that want's reflected in the beer category as well." that was david henkes of restaurant consultant group technominc. he suspects more u.s. beer-makers will be buying craft beer-makers to win back customers. warning of a future bacon shortage is still under speculation. some argue that rumors of a bacon shortage are still to come, pol
stocks, starbucks. >> thank you, lori. we're java fans. we enjoy a good cup of coffee. what is interesting as you look at both starbucks and green mountain coffee roasters. something we told you about over a month ago here on the fox business network the new single serve machine from starbucks which will compete directly with green mountain's. that is the whole idea here. it is a brewing system. so it goes on sale today. as a result you see a winning day for starbucks an green mountain pulling back. by the way the year date numbers are very similar. green mountain is down 30%. starbucks is up 10% year-to-date. lori: melissa buying me cowboy boots. i will tell her to buy you a single cup server. >>> drought is easing. farmers taking advantage of high prices while they last. trip down on the farm is next on fox business. more of today's winners and losers on wall street. to meet the needs of my growing business. but how am i going to fund it? and i have to find a way to manage my cash flow better. [ female announcer ] our wells fargo bankers are here to listen, offer guidance
than $27,000. more starbucks fans are looking to brew their lattes at home. that is coming up in the hour. >> 4:30 a right now and 56 degrees. >> still to come, bad news >> there has been a decision on pepco's request for a rate increase. if they had approve the entire amount, the typical customer would have to pay $5.20 more each month. instead they will pay about $2.60 more. the rate increase set to take place next month. >> pepco workers are closer to going on strike. the union has overwhelmingly rejected what the company called their final offer. the main sticking point is a chance to the health and plan. >> we want to check in with jacqui jeras >> we have some pretty strong thunderstorms to the north right now. trying to sneak into montgomery county just a little bit. we are seeing a lot of lightning on that map. the storms are pushing off to the east of this time. there are not severe. if you do have the time try to wait until the storms pass before you move on out. we are seeing that out near westminster and to the north as well. the temperatures are warm right now. 69
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, but coffee lovers may want the mo.est starbucks giz >> and they want to fill your mailbox with more junk mail. hello -- certainly news we do not want to hear. in our e- battle spam inboxes. prepare for more such shopping catalogs and credit-card applications in your mailbox. the post office is cutting deals with direct mail marketers to number of sales pitches this and by standard , known as junk mail. this is as the postal service in first-ge drop off ofss mail and billions dollars in losses. are said to run out of in october. those single cup makers a run -- starbucks has civil service machine verisimo, a price of $200. starbucks once a piece of the market, nowle cup of fastest-growing segment the copper market. can now get it on the nextte starting early month. is business news. live at clyburn headquarters, reporting for abc 7, back to you. how the roadways are shaping up right now. >> good morning. coffee andur cup of ready to get out the door, quiet along the beltway. maryland and virginia, no report. to we have an accident in northbound 95. it is over to the shoulder, not blocking. we
. the make your own latte strategy is proving to be a success for starbucks. jane king has the bloomberg business report. >> starbucks just unveiled a ewer.e served coffee grobr it can brew drinks other than coffee. brewers have sold out. some machines are on back order. if you major own lattes at home, it will cost you $600 a year. at starbucks, $845. that does not include the cost of the machine which starts at $200. stocks continued to fall. the bloomberg maryland index was lower. spain will present its budget next year. get the weekly jobless claims numbers in the u.s. kohl's opening 12 new stores. that does include a new store in aspen hill. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king, bloomberg news, for wbal-tv 11 news. >> family and friends are remembering andy williams. he was one of the most popular 60's.ists of the 19 was 84 years old. >> he had a great voice. the orioles bounced back in a big way. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morni
to starbucks ceo, howard schultz. we'll talk about the economy, how to create jobs, and also starbucks has this new invention we'll tell you about. and an incredible video. a police officer saves a woman's life after a speeding vehicle knocks his cruiser full force. you're watching "starting point." we're back in just a moment. even coarse, stubborn facial hair gently. plenty of gain, without all that pain... with olay. mom: ready t♪ go to work?n... ♪ ♪ ♪ every mom needs a little helper. that's why i got a subaru. announcer: love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. i'm also a survivor of ovarian a writand uterine cancers. i even wrote a play about that. my symptoms were a pain in my abdomen and periods that were heavier and longer than usual for me. if you have symptoms that last two weeks or longer, be brave, go to the doctor. ovarian and uterine cancers are gynecologic cancers. symptoms are not the same for everyone. i got sick...and then i got better. the good they did inspires us, prepares us and guides us. at new york life, everything we do is to help you keep good going. >>>
: starbucks is brewing up a big challenge to the k cup. the coffee chain has started selling its own single serve home brewing system online this week. the machine will be available at starbucks stores as well as at macy's, williams sonoma and bed bath and beyond in october. it sells for $399 for all the bells and whistles. it will compete with the keurig. starbucks' machine can make coffee and espresso. >>> bank of america is reportedly planning to cut 16,000 jobs by the end of the year. "the wall street journal" says b of a is speeding up its cost cutting measures by a year. the move would shrink the company's work force below that of jp morgan chase and wells fargo. the cuts are expected to come mostly from b of a's retail branches, but the company has also let go some of its less experienced investment bankers. this is part of a huge overall expected to save bank of america $8 billion annually by 2015. >>> a d.c. native becoming the main attraction, if you will, of the washington national opera. >> his rise to fame was anything but easy. solomon howard lived most of his childhood homele
starbucks has their new coffee maker, which i actually got an e-mail about today. we have these companies competing so hard in order to get the copyright. they are offering another type of coffee maker for a cheaper price. the difference is it will be less expensive, $209 rather than $229 except instead of a color touchscreen, black and white touchscreen, rather than a silver band accent, no accent. he still get the same coffee, that is the whole idea, trying to get the customers in. liz: finish line has just signed an exclusive deal with macy's after posting better-than-expected earnings. business is really good for the company. opening footwear stores inside 450 macy's department stores making finish on the very first athletic footwear retailer to partner with the retail giant. joining us now in a fox business exclusive is the ceo of finish line. thank you for being here. looking at your numbers, they look pretty good, same-store sales as well but 19% increase in your earnings, what is really driving it for you when the consumer isn't exactly robust. >> actually it was 26% increase in t
's time for a quick speed read. starbucks is brewing up plans to invade the nordic region. the seattle-based company's will open the first of stores it in norway next year. mcdonald's is launching its custom tv channel. it will have its own news, sports, and entertainment reports for local neighborhoods. and the move by enterprise, hertz, avis, expected to pave the way for legislation that would cover the entire industry. fedex is moving into the pc repair business. shipping giant launching its tech connect service with repair to expertise of computers. referees back on the field for tonight's game with baltimore. officials union agreeing on an eight-year deal. they began in early june. it all came to a head with that seattle versus green bay packers game. many people say the green bay packers were robbed. >> colombia's economy is booming and we have the former president who is credited with bringing it back from the dead. the former president alvaro uribe joining us next in a fox business exclusive. in the slowdown in china. we have a ceo who says it is actually a great destination fo
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. [ female announcer ] the power of green coffee extract is now in our new starbucks refreshers™ -- a breakthrough in natural energy. made with real fruit, starbucks refreshers™ are delicious low calorie drinks you can feel good about. ♪ rethink how you re-energize. ♪ get a boost of natural energy with a new starbucks refreshers™, in three ways. natural energy from green coffee extract, only from starbucks. has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. >>> coming up, a victory for democracy in ohio. state senator nina turner reacts to a federal judge's decision on early voting in the state. stay tuned. we're right back. with arthriti. and two pills. afternoon's overhaul starts with more pain. more pills. triple checking hydraulics. the evening brings more pain. so, back to more pills. almost done, when... hang on. stan's doctor recommended aleve. it can keep pain away all day with fewer pills than tylenol. this is rudy. who
in our new starbucks refreshers™ -- a breakthrough in natural energy. made with real fruit, starbucks refreshers™ are delicious low calorie drinks you can feel good about. ♪ rethink how you re-energize. ♪ get a boost of natural energy with a new starbucks refreshers™, in three ways. natural energy from green coffee extract, only from starbucks. natural energy from green coffee extract, ♪ atmix of energies.ve the world needs a broader that's why we're supplying natural gas to generate cleaner electricity... that has around 50% fewer co2 emissions than coal. and it's also why, with our partner in brazil, shell is producing ethanol - a biofuel made from renewable sugarcane. >>a minute, mom! let's broaden the world's energy mix. let's go. >>> welcome back at 31 past the hour. the remnants of isaac are moving north and dull ping heavy rains on the midwest. meanwhile, louisiana, the slowly receding floodwaters are revealing damage from the storm. crews rush to restore electricity. gabe gutierrez is live for us. gabe, looks like a mess where you are. i'll bet you conquer with that,
food and pet food supply stores. and national restaurant chains like subway and starbucks. of the 31 formula retail conditional use cases between november 2007 and july of 2011, 71% of these formula retail business were eventually approved by the planning commission. the planning staff also verified that the planning commission approved most applications despite the supposed barriers in place. for example, prop g, the formula retail ordinance. the planning department received about 31 formula retail applications since 2007. so that is 31 since 2007. and only three of the applications have been rejected. so that is almost all of them approved. new data for 2011 and 2012 show that a continued increase in formula retail stores encroachment into is san francisco is verified as well. he wanted to thank the budget and legislative analyst's hard work on this report and look forward to explaining the methodologies. so with that, colleagues, i would like to introduce fred russeau. >> good afternoon, char mar and members of the committee, fred russeau from the budget and legislative analyst
like starbucks coffee and would like to have some, get thchl seattle-based company going start selling single serve brewers online this week for $199. it goes on sale at cafes next month. this is amid increasing competition for single serve brewers and pods they use. >> there is west nile virus found in antioch or latest round of fogging took place last night. four dead birds found in brentwood and two chicken was west nile from a holland tract and two reported human cases this year. >> five people in the balkins have died from west nile virus. and there are deaths confirmed. croatia registered five probable case buzz no death autos nasa's curiosity rover is study lg its first rock on mars and it's shaped like a mirror qa mid. and there are tests nicknamed jake for the next few days. jake is named in honor of the engineer who worked on all of the rover missions and passed away just days after you're ts yos ti landed. and this appears to be made of a common rock similar to the first martian rock examined more than eight years ago. >> right here on earth, meteorologists are standing by.
by ford. firliving social has a daily deal letting starbucks drinkers double their money. amazon may show off three new devices this week. more on that in the next hour. for now that's business news at bloomberg headquarters in new york. linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. 4:39, 76 degrees. >> it the day that the nfl fans have been waiting for, the start of the regular season. but it will be a little different on the field this time captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> turning to the aftermath of hurricane isaac. the army corps of engineers says it's going to look into whether fortified defenses around new orleans pushed floodwaters into outlying areas. >> the investigation was saw foought for by people who feel forgotten. >> 4:42 is the time. let's check in with adam caskey >> . it's going to be warm and muggy again today. you will notice the humidity as you step outside early this morning. look at a few light showers off to the west of washington mainly in west virginia and along the potomac river in the potomac highlands. mose
. >> amen to that. >> a woman from texas is suing starbuck's blaming a barista for her burns. she says the lid on her cup of hot tea was not sealed. the drink spilled on her causing second degree burns. her attorneys say starbuck's cups are poorly designed and are demanding starbuck's pay her for her medical bills, lost income as well as damages for pain and suffering. so far no comment from starbuck's itself. we have seen this story couple years ago. remember the coffee from mcdonald's. the woman sued. seinfeld did a joke episode on. all that. who knows. sometimes the stuff really is way too hot. have to wait a half-hour for it to cool down. >> i have had tea before. seems like it is a little too too hot. almost undrinkable. mcdonald's has the disclaimer because of their litigation. we are not sure how much this woman is going after. in washington they don't have to disclose it. >> one of our producers brought up an interesting point during the meeting, you should not align the part of the lid open to sip, that should not be aligned with the crease of the cup. that is a vulnerable poi
are down about 65%. but while we're at it, why don't we take a quick look and compare it to starbucks. every time we have howard schultz on the show i always say how much longer are you going to use the querig machines or are you developing your own? we can have the picture here, we've got the one-year, let's do one month. well, let's do two months because, to me, that's more interesting at this point. do a three month here and compare it to starbucks, and you can see that, yes, green mountain has outperformed starbucks, but for the year it is starbucks that has, actually, done better than green mountain. toys r us is taking it on the leapfrog, let's go nicole petallides for more. >> when you think of leapfrog, you think of tablets, sort of reading books with pens that actually say the words. so it really is educational toys, but it turns out that they're going to face some intense competition, and as a result you're seeing leapfrog shares dropping 8%. toys r us is coming out with its own tablet. and it's $149, and it's geared towards younger children in this educational realm, and so
. new people hop. they don't stand still. new people. i don't care if it's a starbucks employee, which i love starbucks! i make my coffee like fudge. you have coffee with me in the morning, here, you want a piece? [laughter] well, that's good, isn't it? wow. normal people drink decaffeinated coffee. what the -- no, decaffeinated coffee. that's like a hooker who won't do it! can't call it that anymore, right? normal people don't clap for that, sir. [laughter] my first thought is wrong, i can't share it with you. that's how wrong it is. i'll move to the show i wrote. i go through security at t.s.a. and they hop, a hotel desk employee, a politician, they go like this. economy of movement. that's their deal. traffic cop. been on the force a long time. new guy. the old veteran is going, dude, you'll wear out. it will take about two years and you'll want to retire. that's what happens. this t.s.a. kid, he's new, he goes like this. it's my turn to come through the metal detector, he's doing this. my first thought is that's a little overdone. this works. that's fine. i come through and i'm giggl
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